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the little things BECOME THE BIG THINGS

the little things BECOME THE BIG THINGS.

The compound effect is a principle that refers to the idea that small, consistent actions done over time can lead to significant results.

This principle can be applied to fitness progress in the sense that making small, incremental changes to your exercise routine and diet can lead to long-term progress.

For example, committing to a daily 10-minute workout routine may not seem like much, but over time, it can lead to improvements in strength, endurance, and overall fitness.

Similarly, making small changes to your diet, such as swapping out sugary drinks for water or incorporating more protein, fruits and vegetables, can lead to weight loss and improved overall health.

*providing you're in a calorie deficit.

The key to success with the compound effect is consistency. By making small changes and sticking to them over time, you can create positive habits that lead to long-term progress.

👉🏻It's important to remember that progress may not be immediate or drastic, but by focusing on consistent, sustainable changes, you can achieve your fitness goals and maintain them over time.

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